Safe and Sound Home Care
At Safe and Sound Home Care, we know the importance of reliable, trustworthy caregivers who help keep your elderly loved one living safely at home. We know, because we’ve been there. Sharon and Brad Morris created Safe and Sound Home Care out of a need to help their own family members live safely and independently at home.
Remaining at home provides a sense of comfort, safety and dignity that are vital to your loved one’s physical and mental health. From Dementia and Alzheimer’s care to stroke recovery, diabetes, fall prevention and more, our professional home care services can help. The familiarity, comfort, and regularity of home cannot be replaced.
We offer a wide range of nonmedical services to keep seniors living safely at home, and to give you peace of mind about their care and well-being. We are the only CQA Certified agency in Mississippi.
Professional In-Home Caregiving
Your older loved ones can continue living with dignity and privacy in the safety and security of their own homes with professional in-home caregivers from Safe and Sound Home Care. Providing help with bathing, grooming, housekeeping, meal preparation, medication reminders and other personal assistance that a loved one requires is exactly what the professionals at Safe and Sound Home Care do. Our caregivers are trained in techniques to safely transfer your loved one from a bed or chair, and move with them to ensure their safety while using a walker or wheelchair.
We work with you and your loved one to ensure he or she receives the care needed to maintain or return to a healthy, happy lifestyle – while retaining the dignity and comfort of life at home. Our caregivers are fully bonded and insured.
Carefully Selected and Trained Caregivers
We follow an extensive process for evaluating and hiring our caregivers. In fact, we are the only agency in Mississippi with the Caregiver Quality Assurance program seal of approval. This program dictates our process, which includes an in-depth application, a state-of-the-art personality assessment, reference checks, background checks, and drug testing.
We require in-person interviews, during which we test candidates’ knowledge and ability to provide personal caregiver services in a variety of situations. Before placing a caregiver with your loved one, they must participate in a thorough orientation and skills assessment.